Curl up for a cozy read with the fun new romance anthology BLIND DATES (4). In Denise Hunter's "The Perfect Match," Chelsea and Kyle learn the value of honesty and forgiveness when they confess their secrets to improve their relationship. In Colleen Coble's "A Match Made in Heaven," an interior designer and an architect clash over house plans for a client. Forced to work together, the flying sparks soon have nothing to do with their careers. Former RT reviewer Bev Huston tickles the funny bone in "Mix and Match." Determined to convince her grandmother to stop fixing her up on blind dates, Melissa plans to turn this one into a sure-fire disaster. An identity mix-up lands the wrong guy in her clutches—or is it the right guy, after all? Kristin Billerbeck's "Mattie Meets Her Match" tackles tough issues of romance and responsibility. Mattie's high school flame is back in town, but he's also got his sister's abandoned 4-year-old to look after. (Mar., 348 pp., $6.99)

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Jill Elizabeth Nelson